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Exelon honors Lombard resident for volunteer work

Published: Thursday, May 9, 2013 6:00 p.m. CDT
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Exelon Corporation honored employee and Lombard resident Nicole Tresnak for her volunteer work at Cornerstone Services, a Joliet-based organization that provides services for the disabled, and presented a $5,000 grant to the organization in Tresnak's honor. Steve Solomon, left, vice president of corporate relations at Exelon; Tresnak; Susan W. Bultman, vice president of Cornerstone Services; and Darryl Johnson, Exelon employee volunteer manager; were present during the award ceremony April 29 in Chicago.

LOMBARD – A grant recently was given by Exelon Corporation in honor of employee Nicole Tresnak of Lombard for her volunteer service with Cornerstone Services of Joliet, an organization that provides services for the disabled.

A $5,000 grant from Exelon will be given to Cornerstone Services in Tresnak's honor. This donation is part of the company's annual Energy for the Community Volunteer Awards, which celebrates employees who are active volunteers and community servants.

Tresnak is a crew leader with Commonwealth Edison, a subsidiary of Exelon. For the past 10 years, she has volunteered with Cornerstone Services, working in the organization's residential and developmental training divisions. She teaches classes, coordinates work activities and is a friend to the program's participants.

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